Saturdays at TwispWorks are happening every Saturday on the historic TwispWorks campus, through the month of October! Artists like La Fabrica’s silk, wool, and cotton creations artist Jae Cremin, Culler Studio’s natural dyer Sara Ashford, painter Donna Keyser, silversmith Sarah Jo Lightner, metal worker Jerry Merz, and more will be open their doors for sales, classes, and more each Saturday from 10am-1pm.
Additionally, the Methow Valley Interpretive Center and Native Plant Garden, which chronicles the native people as well as the geological and natural history of the beautiful Methow Valley, will also be open from 10am-5pm on Saturday and noon-5pm on Sunday.
Come down and experience the incredible artistic community being created. Full-campus tours will be given at 10am, 11am, and noon. View geomancer Karin Wimmeder’s new structure in the center of the TwispWorks’ parking lot–come watch it evolve!
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